John Marshall

Professor of Ocean and Climate Science

 

Submitted papers

Interannual SAM modulation of Antarctic sea ice extent does not account for its long-term trends:Implications for the role of ozone depletion
L.M. Polvani, A. Banerjee, R. Chemke; E.W. Doddridge, D.Ferreira, A. Gnanadesikan, M.A. Holland, Y. Kostov, J. Marshall, W.J.M. Seviour, S. Solomon, and D.W. Waugh;
Submitted to GRL
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On the settling depth of meltwater escaping from beneath Antarctic ice shelves
C.Arnscheidt, J.Marshall, P.Dutrieux, C.Rye, and A.Ramadhan
Submitted to Journal of Physical Oceanography
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Partial Mitigation of global warming through Antarctic Meltwater Anomalies
C.Rye, J.Marshall, D.Rind, G.Schmidt, and J.Hansen
Submitted
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Water mass transformation and overturning circulation in the Arabian Gulf
M.Al-Shehhi, H.Song, J.Scott, and J.Marshall
Submitted to J. Phys. Oceanogr.
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How does salinity shape ocean circulation and ice geometry on Enceladus and other icy satellites?
W.Kang, T.Mittal, S.Bire, J.M. Campin, and J.Marshall
Submitted to PNAS
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